Term IDsort ascending Vocabulary Parent Term Description
757 Environment Place Hunting camps
756 Themes and Motifs Absence/Loss Over time
755 Relationships Interracial Etiquette
754 Relationships Intergenerational Grandparent-grandchild
753 Actions Verbal Talking
752 Relationships Social Neighbor
751 Cultural Issues Race Masquerade

I created "Masquerade" to address Lucas’s dissimulation with Roth Edmonds, the inscrutability of his racial performance. JW

750 Cultural Issues Crime Murder
749 Actions Bodily Running
748 Environment Domestic Space Plantation house
747 Environment Time of Day Noon
746 Aesthetics Tone Nostalgic
745 Themes and Motifs Texts Census
744 Relationships Institutional Lawyer-client
742 Aesthetics Tone Elegiac
741 Relationships Hierarchical Teacher-student
740 Aesthetics Diction Accent
739 Themes and Motifs Character Bargainer
738 Environment Place Plantation
737 Cultural Issues War Union Army
736 Themes and Motifs Animals Turkey
735 Cultural Issues War World War II
734 Themes and Motifs Animals Bear
733 Environment Place Library
731 Cultural Issues Clothes Sports
730 Themes and Motifs Animals Deer
729 Themes and Motifs Art Sculpture
728 Environment Atmospheric Light
727 Themes and Motifs Character Fool|Foolishness
726 Actions Verbal News
725 Relationships Intergenerational Rivalry
724 Cultural Issues Alcohol Whiskey
723 Environment Place McCaslin-Edmonds plantation
722 Cultural Issues Crime Bootlegging
721 Cultural Issues Health and Illness Mental limitations
720 Actions Hunting Deer hunting

Event refers specifically to DEER hunting. JP

718 Cultural Issues War Defeat
717 Themes and Motifs Animals Rabbit
716 Cultural Issues Politics Voting
715 Actions Hunting Bear hunting

Event refers specifically to BEAR hunting. JP

714 Cultural Issues Health and Illness Deafness
713 Actions Moral Deception
712 Themes and Motifs Philosophical Power of literature
710 Themes and Motifs Objects Still
709 Cultural Issues Identity, Personal Soldier
708 Cultural Issues Mass Media Radio
707 Themes and Motifs Absence/Loss Renewal
706 Environment Time of Day Supper
705 Aesthetics Diction Racist term
704 Actions Movement Walking
702 Environment Weather Rain
700 Relationships Commercial Rivalry
699 Environment Natural Delta
698 Environment Time of Day Dawn
697 Actions Perceptual Listening
696 Actions Economic Share-cropping|Tenantry

There are significant differences between "share-cropping" and "tenant farming" in reality. "Tenants" typically furnished their own farming tools and livestock, and had at least a measure of control over what crops they planted on land they rented from a landlord; "share-croppers" typically only contributed their own labor, with the landlord dictating what they would raise and providing the animals and tools they used. But in his fiction Faulkner does not maintain this distinction, using the terms as essentially synonymous. SR

695 Environment Place Cottonfield
694 Themes and Motifs Animals Whippoorwills
693 Environment Time of Year Corn planting time
692 Environment (First level term) Corn-planting time
691 Environment Public Road
690 Aesthetics Diction African American vernacular dialect
689 Actions Perceptual Looking
688 Environment Domestic Space Supper table
687 Environment Time of Day Night
686 Actions Economic Paying
685 Actions Economic Impounding
684 Themes and Motifs Values Courage
683 Themes and Motifs Values Independence
682 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Simile-mask
681 Cultural Issues Law Inheritance
680 Themes and Motifs Body Blood
679 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Mask
678 Relationships Hierarchical Child as authority
677 Actions Emotional Nurturing
676 Themes and Motifs Community Social life
675 Relationships Hierarchical Employer-employee
674 Relationships Marital Husband-wife
673 Cultural Issues Labor Domestic
672 Actions Violent Entry
671 Actions Verbal Gossip
670 Themes and Motifs Objects Car
669 Themes and Motifs Objects Wedding license
668 Aesthetics Narrative Temporal projection

When the narrative gets ahead of itself, for example in "Race at Morning" Event 305.1 begins "Then we seen him for the first time," but that does not actually happen until two Events later, 305.3, "and then suddenly . . . the buck hisself" (305). It doesn't matter whether the narrative is looking forward a dozen sentences or a hundred pages, whenever it explicitly anticipates something that it won't actually depict until a later Event, it's "Temporal projection." SR

667 Cultural Issues Mass Media Newspaper
666 Aesthetics Figures of Speech Shadow
665 Cultural Issues Violence Domestic
664 Relationships Social Snobbery
663 Actions Bodily Sleeping
662 Cultural Issues Gender Chivalry
661 Themes and Motifs Animals Mules
660 Cultural Issues Law Evidence
659 Actions Violent Hitting
658 Actions Work Washing clothes
657 Actions Interaction, Social Peer group
656 Relationships Familial Mother-son
655 Environment Place Crime scene
654 Environment Domestic Space Gender stereotype
653 Themes and Motifs Body Thinness
652 Cultural Issues Law Justice of the Peace